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how can a user send email from multiple internet domians using exchange 2007

hi,

I have sbs2008.  Ive configured 3 accepted domains in the hub transport.  One of them is the default.  Each user can receive emails from all 3 domains into their mailboxes.  However they need to be able to send from one of the two other domains.

for example.  user receives email as user@domain1.com (default), user@ domain2.com and user@domain3.com the user can send as user@ domain1.com but needs to also send as user@domain2.com and user@domain3.com.    is this possible? and how?

thanks
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anas_elkhani
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askurat1Commented:
From my knowledge you can only send from the default domain.
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DrDave242Commented:
The discussion attached to this blog post shows one way to do it (see the comment by Mark McDonald):

http://sbs.seandaniel.com/2005/05/one-way-to-send-as-when-using-multiple.html

That's pretty kludgy, though.  Good luck if you decide to try it!
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anas_elkhaniAuthor Commented:
before we moved to exchange we were using pop3 in outlook.  users simply had multiple accounts which they could select from when sending.

i cant believe there is no way to do this in exchange. there seems to be a few workarounds but they all involve tinkering with the default setup which never usually ends well.
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askurat1Commented:
There is no simple way with exchange.
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Cliff GaliherCommented:
What you want cannot be done natively in Exchange the way you want. If creating separate AD objects is not of interest to you then there are 3rd-party products that will help out.

Ivasoft makes two products that can be helpful. First and most importantly, their "ChooseFrom" product will override the display-name/from address magic that Exchange likes to do. Then, if you want to provide a kinder GUI in Outlook, their SmartReply product will fulfill the client-side of that equation.

HTH,

-Cliff
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